Spanish-born violinist Francisco Fullana, winner of a 2018 Avery Fisher Career Grant, has been hailed as a "rising star" (BBC Music Magazine), an "amazing talent" (conductor Gustavo Dudamel) and "a paragon of delicacy" (San Francisco Classical Voice). His Carnegie Hall recital debut in 2016 was noted for his “joy and playfulness in collaboration ... it was perfection” (New York Concert Review).

Posted: Aug-20-2018
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Bach: D Minor Partita

Bach: E Major Partita

Albéniz: Asturias

Tárrega: Recuerdos de la Alhambra

Ysaÿe: Violin Sonata No. 2

Kreisler: Recitativo and Scherzo 


Posted: Jun-15-2020
Latest Acclaim

Hearing Francisco Fullana seamlessly play the difficult wonders Paganini wove throughout his first violin concerto, especially in the first movement cadenza where the orchestra sat out as the soloist glided with deceptive ease through a fast-paced murderer’s row of double stops, glissandos, and harmonics, was frighteningly awesome.

— Buffalo News
Posted: Nov-12-2018
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Posted: Jan-12-2020